The U.S. Supreme Court isn't split like this very often.
Yeshiva University faces the dilemma of temporarily embracing LGBT policies that are strictly against the school's Jewish faith or risking contempt of court.
The U.S. Supreme Court voted 5-4 to lift a temporary stay that had been protecting the school while administrators were defending the religious institution against a discrimination lawsuit.
The people suing the university are the ones that should be explaining themselves.
I understand that some people are LGBT, but then why are they going to a school devoted to a religion that is outspoken AGAINST such lifestyles?
People that don't believe in gay marriage are allowed to voice their opinion, but it wouldn't make sense to do it inside of a gay bar.
Why are these students attending a Jewish university if they didn't want to live their life by Jewish principles?
The answer is shockingly simple:
Because they are entitled liberals.
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